We're here to help cats and kittens find their forever homes and with your help, we will continue our work


the new Sandbach Animal Rescue

range of hoodies

These are now available to the public

if you would like more info then please click the button  All proceeds from sales go towards helping the cats and kittens at the rescue

Vogue cat

Phase 2 of our ongoing rescue upgrade,

"The Catio"

is now underway 

if you would like to help us raise funds towards this, by undertaking a sponsored activity, or make a donation click the button.


Why do we do what we


Please say hello to Dave

Dave epitomizes what Sandbach Animal Rescue and their volunteers are here for.

He was found with a traumatic injury and taken in by the rescue.

Dave continues to be in the care of Sandbach Animal Rescue and is preparing to move on to the next stage of his treatment

You can see more of Dave's continuing progress 

and a video update

by clicking the button 



Any donations would be highly appreciated, your donations will help us continue with our essential work. 


Sandbach Animal Rescue would like to send a big thank you to the wonderful local Sandbach company

NWFE Fire and Security.
NWFE quickly & efficiently installed a fabulous smart fire alarm system throughout our shelter and have donated three fire extinguishers including fitting and servicing to our rescue. Dave (our fire Marshall) has inspected them and he’s thrilled, and so are we. Thank you


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We are in need of volunteers to help us raise funds, if you think you can help please click the button.


Our Cuppa and Cakes are Returning

To St Mary’s Church Hall, Sandbach

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more info


The Cats are Back

Over the previous months Sandbach Animal Rescue has undergone a major refurbishment and upgrade. The vision was to make it a premier purpose-built cat rescue and rehoming centre, serving Sandbach and the surrounding areas and we are well on the way to achieving this. We still have a long journey ahead of us though as we have a series of further improvements and upgrades planned.

Although we never closed our doors to our rescuing and rehoming activities, our cats were temporarily housed at a nearby cattery but now they are back in the building!

Are you part of the Brick Club?

We are building a brand new enrichment room, outside

area and upgrading the inside of our rescue centre.

The inside main area is now complete with six brand new pens, including one extra large family pen. This new area will allow the cats to socialize and interact and also help build confidence before they are re-homed.

Phase 2 is now commencing with an enclosed area outside. This will allow the cats more freedom and opportunity to experience the great outdoors and an interesting environment, enabling them to stay mentally healthy and happy

Purchase a brick from as little as £10

and your brick will be a crucial part of the build. 

In return, you or someone else will receive a certificate by post. 

Take a look at our new Brick club certificates

We have some new additions to the rescue this is princess and her new kittens

Ivy, Wistey and Budlea 

Please do not enquire about adoption for these kittens as they will not be offered for rehoming until they are at least 12 weeks old, and will be advertised on the website when ready

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for a bigger view

And this is Pepper and her family Iona Hamish and Mac.

Princess and Pepper are themselves very young cats

Princess, Pepper and their kittens are fortunate to be in the care of Sandbach Animal Rescue, as lots of cats with kittens are abandoned and left to an uncertain fate. Like the Costa crew who we rescued last year, a mother and four kittens that had been callously abandoned on Sandbach motorway service area and were living next to the busy carriageway behind the Costa coffee outlet, hence their names.

Female cats can become sexually mature and are able to breed from just four months of age, and although everybody loves kittens, the majority of them are unwanted and many are dumped and left to fend for themselves.

Neutering or spaying  your cat is the only effective way to reduce the number of unwanted cats in the UK

Last year Sandbach Animal Rescue spent an average of £5000 a month on caring veterinary treatment, food and running  expenses. This was the cost to ensure that all the rescued cats and kittens have the chance of a happy and safe life.

Due to the pandemic our fundraising activities have all but ceased, if you can help  us in any way please click the button for ways to donate.

Thank You.

Help us by purchasing one of our hoodies

Do you love to shop?

See our Facebook fundraising page

Excellent news! Your online shopping can help our cats if you choose us through the Amazon Smile programme.  So when you shop with Amazon Smile, Amazon will make a donation from your shop to us.


Check out our Ebay store where you will find some great quality products and all donations will be supporting our furry little friends. You can also make a donation via Ebay too. 

Wall of glory! Past and present residents, photographed by our supporters...

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​ONLY ​​£15
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A £15 donation...
Could provide a cat or kitten with a comfortable bed and a safe place to sleep
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